What the governor-general got up to over lockdown?

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Governor-general David Hurley and his wife conducted 286 virtual engagements during two months of lockdown in the nation’s capital, according to the latest annual report of the Office of the Official Secretary To The Governor-General.

The report says that the office, which supports the activities of the governor-general, shifted to working from home during the pandemic like much of the rest of the country.









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